Establish Your Legacy And Protect Your Family’s Future
Every adult should have a thorough estate plan, regardless of the net worth of their estate. Also, if you become incapacitated the court will make crucial financial, medical and guardianship decisions on your behalf.
At the law office of Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A. Attorney At Law, we will review your assets and discuss your estate planning goals. Then we will discuss how to create a will, powers of attorney and advance medical directives that meet your needs. A financial power of attorney can determine who will manage your finances and property if you are incapacitated. Advance medical directive determines who will make healthcare decisions if you are incapacitated.
For personalized counsel from a sophisticated, caring and knowledgeable estate planning lawyer, turn to attorney Alice G. Pinderhughes. She has operated this law firm for nearly 40 years. Her detailed understanding of real estate transactions and other assets makes her an intelligent choice for anyone who wishes to create or update an estate plan.
About Your Estate Plan
Our lawyer has been customizing wills for retired persons, business owners, professionals and parents with teenage children for several years.
An estate plan can:
- Provide for your loved ones after your death
- Leave your assets to the people you choose
- Name guardians for your children in the event of your death or incapacitation
Through the knowledgeable guidance of our experienced attorney, our estate planning services help people plan for their future, provide for their loved ones and strengthen their legacies.
Contact A Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer
We charge a flat fee for individual or bundled documents, including a simple will, a financial power of attorney and an advance medical directive. Additional estate planning documents can be customized.
To schedule a consultation, email us or call 410-671-5151. Our firm is a resource for clients in Maryland throughout Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County, Harford County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City.